All the airlines operating inside India, as well as operating flights to India, have been told to stop the sale of flights to/from/within India till further notice, to make sure that the airlines won’t be able to take new reservations for the time being.
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The time to EFFECTIVELY regulate the airlines is now, but unfortunately, they are getting a free hand at doing a lot of things which they should not be doing at the moment. Consumer protection is not how it should have been during the times of CoVid-19.
Airlines have been very kind to us offering a “credit shell” while they should have kindly returned our cash when they ended up in the CoVid-19 Soup. But these credit shells are flawed and have many issues, so take a look at these issues before you accept them.
Time for the same thing to go round and round. Airlines have opened booking for flights from May 4, 2020 onwards, however, our advice remains the same. Don’t book a flight ticket at the moment if you don’t have to. You never know if this flight is going to take off or not.
As we all prepare to stay at home for another three weeks, give or take, don’t expect to fly anywhere anytime soon. No commercial flights will operate till May 3, 2020, for the moment.
Flying will not be the same again, at least in the coming months. If the new rules of engagement are to be believed, a lot of changes will be made to how we are used to flying. Find out inside.
Indian carriers seem to have taken a call to not operate their flights abroad at the moment. All the carriers have stopped selling international tickets till April 30, 2020, now, extending from their earlier cancellations till April 14, 2020.
Airlines across the nation had to meet payroll yesterday. While some did a stellar job, paying up ahead to employees and paying in full, some others did not keep their commitment to their employees. Here is an update on the March payroll for Indian airlines.
With new orders for a lockdown issued in India, there won’t be any commercial flights taking off or landing between March 25 and April 14, 2020, for the moment.
Airlines have started sprinkling sales to raise cash and stay afloat, but I am not buying. Here is why.
Indian carriers have started to issue travel waivers due to the CoronaVirus situation. However, as we discover, most of these are smoke and mirrors and not honest at all.